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tíngga

Hiligaynon

Pole, rod, staff, stick, carrying pole; to carry on a pole. Tinggahá lang ang sáko kag bakág. Carry the sack and the basket on a pole. Tinggahí nínyo ang tabungós. Carry the tabungós basket between you on a pole. Patinggahá si Hosé siníng (Ipatíngga sa kay Hosé iníng) duhá ka búlig (nga ságing). Order José to carry (See to it that José carries) these two bunches of bananas (slung to a pole on his shoulders). (see píngga, tuángtúang, yáyong).



tsakéta

Hiligaynon

(Sp. chaqueta) Coat, especially a black coat. (see sáko, amerikána).


tuáng

Hiligaynon

Partner, companion, mate, helper, assistant; second godparent (godfather, godmother) at baptism; to be or become a partner, etc.; to bear or lend a hand, take a hand in, help, assist, aid, second. Sín-o ang tuáng mo? Who is your-companion?-assistant?-mate?-helper? May tuáng balá? Will there be (Has there been) a second godparent? Tuangí akó siníng tabungós nga nasúdlan sang lâgaón, kay dál-on ko sa sulúd. Lend me a hand to lift this basketful of beans, for I want to carry it inside. Kon walâ siá matuangí sang amó nga kabúg-at nga sáko, walâ níya madalá sa ibábaw sang baláy. If no one had helped him-, Without help-, he could not have carried that heavy sack upstairs. Ipatuáng ko sa íya si Hosé. I'll get Joseph-, I'll send for Joseph-, to help him. Pangitáan ko ikáw sing tuáng. I'll find you an assistant. (see tímbang, búlig, tábang, sáang, kaluyó).


túkbil

Hiligaynon

To insist on payment; importune, press, dun, urge repeatedly (that a debt should be paid, an account squared, a contract fulfilled, or the like). Tukbilá siá sang íya útang. Insist on his paying his debt. Gintúkbil níya akó sang tulún-an nga ákon ginhulám sa íya. He kept asking me to give him back the book I had borrowed from him. Indì ka magtúkbil sa íya. Don't press him. (see túhil, sákò).


ulímpay

Hiligaynon

(B) See ulíbhay. Magulímpay ikáw ti sáko, agúd índì mamusíngan ang báyò mo. (Magkúnop ka sing sáko, agúd índì mahigkoán ang ímo báyò). Put a sack round your neck and shoulders or your jacket will get dirty. Ulimpayá (Iulímpay) lang diá nga tuálya (ang tuálya nga diá). (Ikúnop lang iníng tuálya). Put that towel round your neck.


ulímpay

Hiligaynon

(B) See ulíbhay. Magulímpay ikáw ti sáko, agúd índì mamusíngan ang báyò mo. (Magkúnop ka sing sáko, agúd índì mahigkoán ang ímo báyò). Put a sack round your neck and shoulders or your jacket will get dirty. Ulimpayá (Iulímpay) lang diá nga tuálya (ang tuálya nga diá). (Ikúnop lang iníng tuálya). Put that towel round your neck.


wás-ag

Hiligaynon

To scatter, spread; to undo, unmake, demolish, destroy, break in pieces; to disintegrate, fall out or off and spread in all directions, as grain escaping through a hole in a sack, or the like. Ginwás-ag sang hángin ang mga dáhon nga layâ sang káhoy. The wind scattered the dead (dry) leaves of the tree. Kon itók-ap mo ang sáko ang íya sulúd inawás-ag. If you shake the sack its contents will fall out. (see wágwag, busáag, lápta, aláplag, sábud, gubâ, ránggà, etc.)


wáswas, wás-was

Hiligaynon

To shake out clothes, a blanket, a sack, etc.; to beat or strike against. Iwáswas ang sáko, agúd maggwâ kag madágdag ang íya (sinâ nga) sulúd. Shake the sack that its contents may come out and drop down. Waswasí siá sang sílhig. Strike him with the broom. (see yásyas, dáldal, dásdas, hohô, linô).


yúdyud

Hiligaynon

To pull, drag, draggle, trail along the ground, or the like. Yudyurá (-udá) ang idô nga patáy sa búhò kag ilubúng. Drag the dead dog to the hole and bury it. Ginayudyurán níya ang salúg sang sáko nga nasúdlan sang humáy. He is pulling the sack of rice over the floor. (see gúyud, gánoy).


kasakoón

Hiligaynon

See kasákò.


sákol

Hiligaynon

To steam, stew, to cook in a piece of bamboo perforated at the lower end to let the steam through from the kettle or pot underneath. Sinákol nga kamóte, maís, etc. Sweet potatoes, corn, etc., prepared in the way described.


sakón

Hiligaynon

A kind of large fish; greedy, voracious, gluttonous. Iníng bátà daw sakón. This boy is very greedy, eats very much. (see dalók, maámbas, mahákug).


sákot

Hiligaynon

To mix. Sakóta ang lubí, kalámay kag binókbok nga bugás. Mix the coconut-meat with sugar and rice-flour. (see lakót, símpon, sámò).


sakót

Hiligaynon

Mixed, admixture. May sakót nga maís ang íla kán-on. Their rice is mixed with corn. (see lakót, símpon, sámò, símbug).


bahóg

Hiligaynon

Mixed food or provender; wash, swill; to eat or give to eat mixed foods, to mix rice with sauce and vegetables and the like; to feed dogs, give pigs their swill, etc. Bahogí siá sing ísdà, ulutanón kag sabáw. Give him a mixture of fish, vegetables and sauce. Binahogán mo na ang báboy? Have you given the pig its swill? Ibahóg iníng upá sa báboy. Put this rice-chaff into the pig's wash. Bahogí ang idô. Give the dog its food. Feed the dog. (see damóg, lakót, sakót, sámò).


bayó-báyo

Hiligaynon

The pulse, the beating or throbbing of the pulse. Masákò ang túmbò sang ákon bayóbáyo. My pulse is beating very fast.


dúpag

Hiligaynon

(B) To detain, interfere with, balk, meddle with, preoccupy, prevent, foil, baffle, hamper, trammel, obstruct, handicap. Indì ka magdúpag sa ákon sang lakás nga sugilánon. Don't detain me with excessive talk. Walâ pa gánì makapanyága kamí, kay nadúpag kamí sang ámon hambálay. We have not even had dinner yet, because we were preoccupied with our conversation. Indì mo akó pagdupágon, kay masákò ang ákon mga buluhatón. Don't hamper me, don't interfere with me, for I have much work to do. Buót akó magkádto dídto kahápon, ápang gindúpag akó ni Fuláno. I wanted to go there yesterday, but N.N. prevented me. (see awát, lúpag, pamalábag).


dúsak

Hiligaynon

To injure, hit, wound, bruise, abrade, excoriate, graze, scratch, lacerate, take the skin off with a blunt-pointed tool or the like. Kon magkáli ka sing kamóti, andamán mo nga índì madúsak. If you dig sweet potatoes, be careful not to injure them. Idúsak iníng tágad sa úlo sang mán-og. Crush the head of the snake with this dibble. Sín-o ang nagdúsak siníng talóng? Who bruised this egg-plant? Húo, kalíhon (kályon) mo lang ang mga patátas, ápang índì mo pagdusákon. Yes, dig out the potatoes, but do not bruise them. (see dús-il, pák-ad, báklis, kúdlit).


hatúd

Hiligaynon

To take there, convey, carry, transfer to. Ihatúd mo inâ dídto. Take that there. Carry that over there. Hátdi (hatudí) siá siníng mga ságing. Hand these bananas to him. Ginhatúd mo na dídto sa kay Fuláno ang mga sapátos nga íya gintúgon?-Walâ pa akó makahatúd sinâ, kay masákò ang trabáho ko karón, ápang pagaihatúd ko gid inâ dídto sa buás sa ága. Have you taken the boots to N.N., as ordered by him?-No, I could not take them there as yet, for I am very busy at present, but I will certainly deliver them there to-morrow morning. (see dalá, hátol).


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